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Special Attraction by M.L. Ryan

 

Synosis: Thanks to a “magical transplant” from inter-dimensional enforcer Sebastian Kess, Hailey Parrish can transform into a hawk. When someone begins dismembering hikers along the Appalachian Trail, Sebastian, and Hailey’s main squeeze Alex Sunderland, make use of her feathery talents to pursue the killer. Unfortunately, like most things in Hailey’s life, there is nothing ordinary about the assignment. Their target turns out to be maddeningly elusive, they rescue a stray dog that makes a sewage treatment plant seem pleasantly fragrant, and stopping the murders turns out to be the least of their worries.

Special Attraction, the third book in the Coursodon Dimension Series, combines paranormal romance, urban fantasy, a bit of science fiction and a healthy dose of quirky humor.

Review: The author certainly did not disappoint in this one. Hailey’s life continues its roller coaster ride with her boyfriend Alex and his partner and mentor Sebastian at her side. She’s gotten much better at transforming into a hawk and is trying to help out the Xyzok by scouting on their latest mission. They all get more than they bargained for in this story. More new experiences and more new powers for Hailey. Her relationship is advancing nicely, though certain things, like marriage, make her squeamish. This story was wonderfully engaging and I couldn’t put it down once I started. And joy of all joys, there’s more to come.

 

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